Church Mag

I just wanted the drop a note down to let you guys know that I’ve recently had the privilege to write some posts over at Church Mag. Feel free to head over and check out some of my posts. It’s a true honor to have my stuff show up next to some truly great bloggers.

That is all.

Finding Your Blogging Mojo

Disclaimer:  I haven’t done a book report in close to 13 years, so I’m not expecting much out of this review.  Stick with me though, because this is a great book.

I started blogging less than 9 months ago and still have no idea what I’m doing.  It was a good start, I had an idea of why I wanted to blog and a few posts ready to go in my head.  Those ideas were quickly used up and I found my self grasping at straws and not knowing exactly what I was trying to accomplish.  I couldn’t find the motivation to try putting out any more than one post a week, and my initial burst in readership became a trickle of hits.  Then I got a copy of 31 Days To Finding Your Blogging Mojo. Read more of this post

Something New

I have to apologize, I recently looked at my blog through the reader’s eye. It wasn’t pretty. I’m sorry for putting you through that. Since I’m still hosted by wordpress.com I can’t do to the template what I really want, but this is a step in the right direction (I hope).

To find out if this was a good move, I need your help. Leave a comment below on what you think of the new look.  I can’t promise I will, or can, change things, but I still want to know what you think.  Thanks for playing along with this blog adventure.

[Image via Akbar2]

The Comment Killer

It’s happened to you. You’ve just thought up a funny anecdote of a life experience and you’re laughing just typing it out. This could be the most perfect status update ever. It’s going to be amazing. You’re going to get at least 20 comments on this one. Fifteen likes, easy. You hit share, and just sit back to watch the comments come streaming in. Read more of this post

Creative in the morning

I realized recently that I’m most creative in the morning.  This is not a good thing. It flies completely in the face of my current living pattern. I’m a night owl, seldom in bed before 1:00 am. Definitely does not lead to getting up early and banging out a blog post and doing some brainstorming before work.  Add onto that, wanting to run and get a quiet time in also….I’m already tired thinking about it.

When I look at the situation I find that I need two types of motivation. One to get me to bed sooner, and another to get me up earlier.  The latter motivation is already there.  I like blogging and running, so getting up earlier each day would allow me to do that more.  Where I’m lacking is the ability to call it quits for the night and head to bed.

So, my question is for you early bird morning people out there, how do you do it?  I really want to join your club.

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